Facts About Bad Credit Loans

September 17th, 2011

Cool Facts About Bad Credit Loans – Never Ask Anyone Else Again

So you don’t have the brightest financial past in the world. The reality of the situation is that you are not the only one who has ever had problems with money. The good news is that there are plenty of things you can do to put yourself back on your feet. Bad credit loans are often sought out by those who do not have the type of credit needed to obtain a normal loan. While these are great options for those who can’t get otherwise get the money they need, there are some things you should be aware of before you start applying.

You’ll Need to Dig for the Right Company

No two companies offering bad credit loans are alike. While banks offering this type of loan are easy to locate, you’re going to find that they all have different [...] Continue Reading…

5 Reasons to Consider Becoming a Phlebotomist

May 15th, 2011

Phlebotomists are the people you see in doctor’s offices, clinics and hospitals drawing blood from patients and preparing samples for the lab. Phlebotomy is a great way to get your foot in the entry-level door of the medical field. If you’re looking to start a career in medicine without spending eight years in medical school and don’t mind the thought of poking people with needles, you should consider becoming a phlebotomist. Here are five reasons why:

1. It won’t cost you a lot of time or money to train to be a phlebotomist. As a matter of fact, it is possible to become a phlebotomist with only a high school diploma if you are able to find a doctor who is willing to offer on-the-job training. Of course, there are ways to train to be a phlebotomist, but don’t expect to have to spend years [...] Continue Reading…

Medical Billing and Coding Facts

May 10th, 2011

It will take time and patients to become truly proficient in the medical billing and coding field. Below are some facts about the medical billing and coding field. Not necessarily “fun” facts about the field but facts that you will still find interesting about the medical field, past, present and future.

The Medical Coder Has the Final Say

Much of the work that a coder does is diagnoses coding. In a hospital or a clinic the department that keeps control of the medical records will generally handle this but in smaller private clinics it is up to the coder to go through every line of the doctor’s notes and then determine what the main diagnosis is. Due to this, diagnosis coding takes longer to learn then general billing and coding.

Bertillon Classification

In 1893, there was a standardized system for tracking and classifying deaths. The list was then compiled and sent to a [...] Continue Reading…